We’ve just finished the warmest year in the history of weather recordkeeping. Now the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) says there is a 75 percent chance that by fall we will have cooler temperatures globally.
All I know is that here we are May 21, mid-morning, and I’m wearing a sweater and a jacket at the marina. Most years by the second week of June I can’t stand to be outside too long. I come inside about once an hour to cool off and change out of my dripping wet sweaty work clothes.